Greenville Post Museum

The Cecil D. Buchanan War Museum is located at the Post 3 building on Main Street in Greenville, S.C. Admission is free. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
The Cecil D. Buchanan War Museum is located at the Post 3 building on Main Street in Greenville, S.C. Admission is free. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
More than 100 school groups, including these home-schooled students, visit the post museum annually. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
More than 100 school groups, including these home-schooled students, visit the post museum annually. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
A World War II veteran tells a group of students about his experiences during the war. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
A World War II veteran tells a group of students about his experiences during the war. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
The museum started collecting items around 2000 and opened to the public in 2002. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
The museum started collecting items around 2000 and opened to the public in 2002. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
In 2013, the museum was officially named after Cecil D. Buchanan, who worked tirelessly to create the museum. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
In 2013, the museum was officially named after Cecil D. Buchanan, who worked tirelessly to create the museum. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
Members of a home-school group look over some of the museum's collection of weapons. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
Members of a home-school group look over some of the museum's collection of weapons. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
The museum has uniforms from every branch of service, including the Merchant Marines. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
The museum has uniforms from every branch of service, including the Merchant Marines. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
The post has many type of firearms displayed in its main meeting room. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
The post has many type of firearms displayed in its main meeting room. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
The post honors Greenville native and U-2 pilot Rudolf Anderson, the only American killed by enemy fire during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
The post honors Greenville native and U-2 pilot Rudolf Anderson, the only American killed by enemy fire during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
A World War II veteran discusses his experiences with a home-school group. Photo by Brett Flashnick.
A World War II veteran discusses his experiences with a home-school group. Photo by Brett Flashnick.

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